Conglomerate 451, Corruption 2029, the Kunio-kun bundle, and Katana Kami all make their debuts this week. Meanwhile, the Kingdom Hearts HD packs release on Xbox One and there are some new sales available.
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It’s a much busier week for new releases. Azur Lane: Crosswave, Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl, and Underhero are brand new titles, while Banner of the Maid arrives in English and Daemon X Machina, Darksiders Genesis, Spaceland, and Yakuza 5 head to new platforms.
A quieter week for releases features the launch of The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics as well as new platforms for Kemco title Monster Viator. There is also a modest amount of new games on sale.
There is a few releases of interest to round out January. Arc of Alchemist and Skellboy make their full debuts, while Ash of Gods: Redemption, Pillars of Eternity, and Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales arrive on new platforms.
A quieter release week sees the Utawarerumono duology arrive on PC. RPGamers can also check out some new sales.
A good number of releases hit this week, led by Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the Atelier Dusk trilogy, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore. Meanwhile, the Humble Store introduces a massive set of deals, but other stores are updating their sales at inopportune times, so the full list will be updated on Friday.
It’s another lighter release week with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne joined by the PC release of ReversiQuest2 and Xbox One version of Dragon Sinker. The deals front includes some new and continuing January sales.
There’s one release to catch up on with Vestaria Saga launching between Christmas and New Year. 2020 also brings some new sales.
(Updated on Dec. 20 with additional PS Europe and Steam deals.) With the holiday season starting, the only expected brand new release is Cthulhu Saves Christmas, though there are some final sales to check out. Please note that due to the holidays there will not be an update next week.
Virgo Versus the Zodiac is the sole brand new noteworthy entry this week, joined by new platforms for Ashen, Dauntless, Dragon Quest Builders 2, and Omega Labyrinth Life. There are also plenty of end-of-year deals ongoing.
Plenty of new releases hit this week including Darksiders Genesis, SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions, Heroland, and Star Ocean: First Departure R. As expected, the sales are a lot quieter, though the PlayStation store has begun its end-of-year deals.
There are a few new releases, headlined by SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays and the console versions of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. But the big news is the incredible number of sales available, which is far too high to list fully.
A quieter week for new releases sees Shenmue III arrive alongside the Switch version of Children of Morta. This article has also been updated to reflect the start of the Black Friday sales on the PlayStation and Xbox stores.
Pokémon Sword and Shield, Sparklite, and Romancing SaGa 3 head up this week’s new releases, while Yaga arrives on other platforms following its Apple Arcade debut and Rune II and N.E.O launch on PC. There is also a mixture of continuing and new sales.
Conception Plus and Stay Cool, Kobayashi-San! highlight the RPG releases for the first week of November. Meanwhile, the PlayStation Store begins a new round of PS Plus Double Discounts.
This week’s release highlights include a brand new Atelier game, while Yakuza 4, Vampyr, and Disgaea 4 all hit new platforms. Meanwhile, some final Halloween deals are joined by a massive new Steam sale.
It’s another strong RPG release week highlighted by Trails of Cold Steel III, The Outer Worlds, Destiny Connect, and Mary Skelter 2. Meanwhile, last week’s Halloween sales continue, with a few other titles joining in the deals.
The ridiculous release rush continues with Little Town Hero, Disco Elysium, Ring Fit Adventure, Stranded Sails, The Witcher 3 on Switch, and Beamdog’s D&D console releases. Meanwhile, entering the second half of October signals the first Halloween sales.
The new release list once again hits double-figures this week. Highlights include Indivisible, Doraemon Story of Seasons, Mistover, and The Alliance Alive HD Remastered.
RPGamer’s weekly digital store round-up returns for a new update. A quieter week features just a trio of new releases, with the Nintendo eShop having the largest selection of RPGs on sale.